The talented defender, who started the last few seasons at South Miami High, has emerged as one of the state's top cornerback prospects. "Recruiting's going good so far," he said. "I don't have any visits set but I know it's Florida State, Miami, Tennessee, and Florida."
The Noles have the slight edge over the rest of the competition right now. "FSU's a little ahead right now because I grew up rooting for them and they have been on me hard from the beginning," he said. "They have already offered."
While the Noles are ahead right now, keep an eye on the hometown Hurricanes -- especially if they offer him a scholarship. "UM's got the swagger," he said. "They're a winning program and I like the athletes they always have on defense. I think I'd fit in. They're on me hard but they haven't offered yet. I'm not sure what they're waiting for."
When asked about his toughest competition so far this season, Robinson had something interesting to say. "Nobody yet," he said. "I don't get too caught up in all the rankings and everything but I know when I see a good receiver. I haven't seen one yet and I probably won't."